Pallet shed idea is amazing!
I would be well up for having a blast at some pallet work, but i am currently renting a property with a standalone garage/man-cave so i have no need for one at the moment.
Mine is the one on the left.
The missus HATES me being in it, i can see her looking out of the kitchen or bedroom window watching.
Top left of the garage door has 2 little solar panels that power the LED lights inside, the man cave has no domestic power supply, but i have a healthy selection of battery power tools and i can fill the compressor up in the morning and wheel it back across to the man-cave if needed.
Bikes on hooks along the left wall (hooks for four bikes, just got rid of one)
Hooks along the right side for spare tyres (innertubes just out of shot) garden tools and car bike rack, the shelves at the rear are home to my car valeting supplies (i owned a car wash for 6.5 years), diy stuff and ARC Welder, also a set of riged forks on the floor next to the bin as the blue revolution trailfinder (mrs bike) has just receaved a set of refurbished RockShox Judy T2 (the ones that came on the FSR)
I have a little wooden chair next to the door so i can sit next to the bike on the workstand and stroke it
(or work on it)
The bamboo style chair at the rear annoyingly was on the inventory when we moved it (it was in the conservatory) its horrible but we need to keep it for when we move out
and it would dissemble and fit in the loft
This is my second home since moving out of my parents about 8 years back and my first man cave (lived here a year now) couldn't live without it!
When i closed the car wash down i lost my man-space, going back to a factory job seamed a great idea at the time, but fook me, SWTSMBO really started to get on my tits and i could not escape
Now i disappear into the man-cave, usually getting a text around dinnertime when she trys to lure me from the cave with offers of food.